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Subject: [CAN-BC] Inst. #20 - The Kootenaian - KEEN
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 11:27:56 -0700


The Kootenaian - June 6, 1935

Annual convention of The Associated Boards of Trade for Eastern B.C. met in Nelson....... Kaslo delegates: H. GIEGERICH, Mayor W.V. PAPWORTH, & D.P. KANE. Noble BINNS elected president for 18th time, Lorne CAMPBELL as vice president. (I think they are Nelsonites)

D.P. KANE receives the King's Jubilee Medal for 32 years as Postmaster...........

May meeting of the District Women's Institute, Mrs. John KEEN presiding. Mrs. LOCKHARD volunteering to officiate in the kitchen..........

M.L.A. Frank PUTNAM pushes for reduced fares for farmers on the Kootenay Lake ferry..........

LOCAL NOTES

Mr. & Mrs. D.P. KANE were in Nelson on Monday and Tuesday.

Alfred ROBERTS is over from Trail on a visit with his parents.

Miss Dorothy RAPER was in from Johnson's Landing on Friday.

Mr. & Mrs. A. LITTLES and daughter of Trail were in town on Monday.

Mr. & Mrs. WILLEY of Bonnington (west of Nelson) and Mrs. SLATER of Nelson visited with friends in town on Sunday.

Mr. & Mrs. W. CLOUGH and son of Slocan, spent Monday in Kaslo renewing acquaintances.

A.G. WOOLGAR of Crawford Bay will hold services on June 9th at 3:30 and 7:00 p.m. at Mrs. HISLOP's store.

Mayor GROUTAGE and Mrs. Groutage of Trail, were in town on Sunday renewing acquaintances.

Mr. & Mrs. C.J. GARRETT and Mr. & Mrs. A.P. GARRETT returned on Monday after a motor trip to Spokane.

Mrs. THORNBERG has returned from a visit to the coast and has opened up her home on the hill for the summer months.

Lafe McLELLAN and two helpers left on Tuesday for the Utica mine to get things in shape with a view to early resumptions of operations.

Mr. & Mrs. N.J. BAKER of Princess Creek and Mrs. Ray. HUGHES of Ainsworth were among those from out of town in the city on Tuesday.

Mrs. Eric CHAPMAN of Nelson, with her little son Bobby, arrived in the city on Sunday night to spend a few days with her father, F.S. ROULEAU.

Mr. & Mrs. Geo. CLAYTON and Mrs. A.V. CLAYTON who had been the guests of F.E. ARCHER for the past week have returned to their home in Spokane.

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar PERKINS of Rossland, spent the week in town visiting with Mr. Perkin's mother, Mrs. Alice PERKINS. Mr. PERKINS is principal of the McLean School in Rossland.

Miss Elsie E. ROULEAU, nurse-in-training at the Royal Columbia Hospital in New Westminster, arrived home on Sunday night for a three weeks' vacation at her home here.

Tenders will be received for the operations of concessions at the Kaslo Water Carnival on July 31st and Aug. 1st, 1935. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Send applications to R.A. CHESTER, Kaslo, B.C.

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas BROWN, 714 Hoover Street, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Marjory, to Maurice S. PREECE, youngest son of Mrs. N. PREECE, .........London, England. The wedding will take place in Nelson in the near future. - Nelson News.

ADVERTISEMENTS:

RUSSELL'S Transfer, Phone 7

HENDRICKS' Garage & Machine Shop, Kaslo

Assayer, E.W. WIDDOWSON

Billiards & Pool, O.E. DESMOND, Proprietor

F.S. ROULEAU, Kaslo Agent for Canadian Johnson Motor Co. (boat motors)

H. GIEGERICH (Dept. Store, still here)

A.T. GARLAND (Men's wear, still here)

St. Andrew's United Church, Minister Rev. T.W. REED

Kaslo-Nelson Motor Freight Service, Walter HENDRICKS, Proprietor, Phone Kaslo 31, Nelson 106

Charles W. WEBSTER - Groceries

The King George Hotel - REUTER & LATHAM, Props. (Still here)

This ends copy from The Kootenaian for June 6, 1935



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